What advice would you give other students?
“No matter what happens, finish what you start. Don’t be afraid to do more and get involved on campus. Don’t be satisfied with being average; it’s easy to be average, but it takes time and dedication to be great. Nothing great comes easy or happens overnight.”
Technology Management B.Tech.
The Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) degree in Technology Management seeks to allow graduates in specialized AAS program areas to combine their technical expertise with a firm understanding of fundamental business functions. Students who have achieved lower division competencies in a specialized technical field will be able to benefit from upper division instruction that combines discipline-specific knowledge with relevant business principles and practices.
By combining this business education with enhanced technical skill sets, graduates will be prepared to assume positions as front-line supervisors or as management trainees for a variety of business firms and organizations. Students in such traditional A.A.S. degree programs as agricultural business, aquaculture, business administration, dairy, diesel technology, equine, food service administration, horticulture, medical office administration, medical office technology, natural resources conservation, residential construction, renewable energy, or wood technology, etc. will thus have the appropriate preparation to attain entry-level business leadership roles in their specialized fields.